Northwest Online Pharmacy joins forces with American
26th July 2012
Medical Specialists Pharmacy, the leading online pharmacy with doctors based in the North West, has teamed up with several UK Media Houses and America’s well known to produce and bring valuable information about drugs to the online population via its in-house medical news team. In 1994, Medical Specialists came about because entrepreneur and Managing Director David Bailey had a vision of online medication. The company has progressed since and become the first online clinic in 2001. In 2010, Medical Specialists became the first online Pharmacy with Doctors, meaning you could have an online consultation with one of their in-house Doctors who could then produce a digital prescription, which would be dispensed by one of their in-house Pharmacist, and the medication with you within 24 hours, either at your home, place of work or other nominated delivery point. This year saw Medical Specialists Pharmacy as one of the first online NHS Pharmacies offering the new EPS2 system, which means your own GP can send paperless digital prescriptions direct to them. Medical Specialists Pharmacy can then dispense your NHS medication via Royal Mail Special Delivery to the patient the very next day, and once again either at your home, place of work or other nominated delivery point. A News Team was set up to report on new drugs, problem with drugs and medication, or other interesting medical news. The team has grown over the years, and is now producing a number of stories each day for publication on the internet. This has become a great source of interest by the online public and the media, and they have been approached by a number of UK Media Houses and America’s well known The two latest stories, ‘Bladder Cancer Linked to Type 2 Diabetes Drug’ and ‘Brits Risk Eyesight as Survey Reveals Majority in the Dark’ being some of them. Managing Director David Bailey said, “We are constantly being approached to produce stories regarding certain subjects, and have also been approached by to publish certain stories of theirs appertaining to side effects of specific drugs. Also, several UK Media Houses have approached us with a view to publishing stories for their clients. If we feel the stories are suitable, then we are willing to consider publishing them.” He went on to say, “We have also been approached by a number of small television production companies regarding very specific medical problems such as Erectile Dysfunction and Hair Loss with a view to making programmes, but at this moment are unable to give further information, so…watch this space!”